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    An_247003 posted:
    my wife is in her third trimester. and she complains of dizziness and weakness. shes been taking her vitamins. and getting her rest so i dont know????
    beckie_33 responded:
    Some dizziness is normal, but if you are worried then call her doctor.
    Zaysmama responded:
    I have had the same dizziness with both of my pregnancies and the dr put me on iron supplements because my blood levels were low. They have helped but another things that helps is drinking lots of water. Staying hydrated has relieved much of the dizziness. and small meals often so that her blood sugar doesn't drop!...

    Hopefully that helps a little until she can talk to the dr!

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